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Library and Learning Commons - Faculty Resources: Library and Tutoring Request

This guide provides an overview of library services and resources available to FSCJ faculty.


Online Library Instruction Services:

Have an "Embedded Librarian" in your Canvas course 

With most classes primarily online, librarians can be embedded in your online course using the Canvas “Librarian” role.  This allows a librarians to collaborate with faculty and communicate with students directly in the course.  The “Librarian” role is basically a student role with permissions to create ungraded discussion posts and use Canvas conferences.  Using conferences the librarian can offer library instruction and drop-in office hours. For more information or to request a librarian to be added to your course, use the links on this page or contact a librarian directly.

Invite a librarian to your online class

A librarian can drop in on your online class to do a demonstration on researching and library access.  These sessions can be recorded for future use. 

Student self-directed library instructional resources

  • Online library scavenger hunt - This self-directed activity will guide students as they apply the basic research skills that are usually introduced in face-to-face library instruction.
  • Library instructional videos - ‚ÄčThe LLC has short videos on various topics that can be embedded in your Canvas classroom for students to view.
  • We can prerecord a customized video for your class.  

Please contact a librarian or use the links below to request a library orientation, research instruction, and/or a tour in your onsite or online course. 








Please use these links to schedule a Tutor Visit or Study Skills Workshop for your students.